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Clark Student, 2 Others Killed In Haiti Crash – CBS Local

Clark Student, 2 Others Killed In Haiti CrashCBS LocalMundt, from Amherst, has been on leave for the past academic year to work as an intern with the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti. She was to have returned to Clark this fall for her seni...

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Haiti decrees ordinance to protect rare mangroves – KSN-TV


Haiti decrees ordinance to protect rare mangroves
KSN-TV
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Haiti has taken a rare step to protect the endangered mangrove forests along its coastline, the Caribbean nation's government announced Thursday. The move could complicate U.S. efforts to build a port in a bay that ...
Haiti passes order to protect mangrovesDefend Haiti
Haitian government decrees ordinance to protect mangrovesMontreal Gazette

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As Haiti Struggles to Build Services Centers, its Neighbor Could Fill the Void – Nearshore Americas

As Haiti Struggles to Build Services Centers, its Neighbor Could Fill the VoidNearshore AmericasPolitical instability and persistent economic problems have prevented Haiti from modernizing its contact center industry, including plans of attracting Cana...

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Clark U: student, 2 others killed in Haiti crash – Boston.com


Clark U: student, 2 others killed in Haiti crash
Boston.com
(AP) — Clark University says three people connected with the school have been killed in a car crash in Haiti. University President David Angel said Thursday those killed were student Amanda Mundt, her aunt, and Meagan Bell, daughter of Clark professor ...
Clark University student, of Amherst, and two others die in HaitiMassLive.com
Amherst woman killed in crash in HaitiGazetteNET
BREAKING: Clark University student killed, professor injured in HaitiWorcester Mag (blog)
Worcester Telegram -My Fox Boston -NECN
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Immigrant voting rights group charts a course – The Times of Israel

The Times of IsraelImmigrant voting rights group charts a courseThe Times of IsraelSeemann, who founded Kol Oleh last March shortly after returning from a 10-month stint in Haiti as the director of Israeli humanitarian projects there, organized the eve...

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Haiti sees big money reviving flagging tourism – Record-Searchlight


Haiti sees big money reviving flagging tourism
Record-Searchlight
In this June 29, 2013 photo, tourist play pool basketball at Club Indigo beach resort in Montrouis, Haiti. The Haitian government is trying to revive the country's long stagnant tourism industry with investments totaling more than $160 million. Haiti's ...

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Union prevents Werfel from canceling IRS bonuses as promised – Daily Caller


Union prevents Werfel from canceling IRS bonuses as promised
Daily Caller
Acting IRS commissioner Danny Werfel's promise to suspend taxpayer-funded bonuses to IRS officials might not be fully realized because it will violate a contract between the scandal-plagued agency and a public-employee labor union. “In this ...

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Reid ready to go nuclear – Daily Caller

Reid ready to go nuclearDaily CallerThe Nevada Democrat threatened Thursday to invoke the so-called nuclear option on the filibuster and change the Senate rules so that only 51 votes were required to overcome a filibuster, rather than 60, unless Republ...

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Local church hopes to offer swimming lessons to Haitian youths – TheDay.com


Local church hopes to offer swimming lessons to Haitian youths
TheDay.com
Norwich – A local Haitian support group is raising money to pay for swimming lessons for the Haitian community in Norwich in the wake of a fatal drowning of a 16-year-old Haitian boy at Hopeville Pond State Park in Griswold on July 4. The group 35 ...

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Chantal dissolves but remains a wet threat for Haiti – MiamiHerald.com

MSN NewsChantal dissolves but remains a wet threat for HaitiMiamiHerald.comTropical Storm Chantal fell apart on Wednesday, but remained a flood threat for Haiti and promised a dreary weekend for South Florida and much of the rest of the state. At 5 p.m...

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